Mila Kunis’ third trimester is swell, her girl will have a ‘jungle-themed’ nursery


Here are some photos of Mila Kunis over the weekend in LA. Mila has been trying not to get pap’d so much now that she’s in the last few months of her pregnancy. There were photos, a few weeks ago, of Mila out with Ashton where he made a point of standing in front of her to block the photographers from getting decent “bump” photos. But I guess for these photos, she just didn’t care. She looks really great, I think. Her legs are holding up and her bump looks really cute in that blouse. A few days ago, People Mag had an update on how Mila and Ashton are “prepping for the baby.”

They’re in the home stretch! From indulging her cravings to putting the final touches on a jungle-themed nursery, Mila Kunis is sailing through her third trimester. And it’s almost over!

Her baby girl with fiancé Ashton Kutcher is due in late August or early September, and no one could be happier than the parents-to-be.

“Ashton and Mila are getting so excited,” an insider tells PEOPLE in the magazine’s new issue. “Ashton is a kid at heart. He can’t wait to do tons of stuff with the baby. [Mila] is feeling good and things are going smoothly. She does feel pretty big lately and can’t do much because it’s harder for her to move around.”

Fortunately for Kunis, she’s got someone who’s more than happy to take care of her during the last weeks of her pregnancy. “Ashton does errands alone so Mila can stay home,” says a source. “He seems to take great care of her!”

Kunis, 30, who took Pilates and spinning classes during her first two trimesters, has also slowed down her exercise routine, opting for walks around the neighborhood.

It’s a happy time for Kutcher, 36, who proposed to Kunis in February. “Ashton has been excited every time we had a child actor on set,” says his costar Jon Cryer. “He loves kids and could not be more stoked to have a child.”

[From People]

Wait, she’s due in the next month? Virgo baby!! Yay. So, this baby will probably come before Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes’ baby? Something like that. And Mila and Ashton’s baby girl is getting a jungle-themed nursery, which is probably a lot cooler than it sounds. I’m imaging a fancy, soft-colored jungle with lots of stuffed animals perhaps. I actually forgot that they were having a girl. Hm… Ashton Kutcher, father of a little girl. This is going to get interesting.


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  1. GiGi says:

    My only takeaway is that they’re having a theme. I loathe a theme.

    • lisa says:

      me too, i thought i was the only one

    • jenny12 says:

      I hate themes, but at least it’s not pink ruffles and butterflies just because it’s a girl.

    • original kay says:

      remember when everyone had a Cow Kitchen?

      God I loathe LOATHE a theme.

    • GiGi says:

      No! I don’t even know why themes exist… wedding themes, nursery themes – whole house themes!?!?!

      My job takes me in and out of houses all day. I cannot believe what people do. I was in a 2 million dollar home – the layout was gorgeous, the land – amazing… the theme – Tuscan. It ruined the entire house.

    • Audrey says:

      We didn’t do a nursery theme.

      We didn’t even really decorate much. She’s 16 months and still in our room and bed.

      Waste of money. We’ll decorate for her second birthday now that we know her personality

    • INeedANap says:

      I don’t get it. How else do you decorate? I mean that honestly, not being snarky.

    • JessSaysNo says:

      I dislike wedding themes for some reason. But I think home and nursery themes are cute AND not everyone has the time or ability to scour 25 stores during pregnancy to find just the right “non-matchy” stuff for the nursery. Most moms go to Target or Buy Buy Baby and its easy to find coordinating items for the nurseries which make them really cute and enjoyable.

      We started with a Target ‘Tidliwinks’ jungle theme but the bedset is sooo low quality. Now we just use some of those items and the buy new sheets in grey/creme and its really cute!

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        I had a wedding theme, jewel tones. The bridesmaids wore different styles of Vera wang amethyst dresses (some chose strapless tops, some spaghetti strap etc., but they all wore the same color and skirt length). Also, every table was a jewel tone. The linens were all ivory, but the sapphire table had exotic flowers (mostly orchids) that were blue with small blue crystals worked into the arrangement. It was subtle and some people may not have realized there was a theme. A “silent” theme can be a good thing, an in-your-face theme is obnoxious. My mom’s house is shabby chic country, complete with little rosette boarders along the ceiling. She also has ridiculous little wooden signs and boxes. I absolutely loathe it.

      • GiGi says:

        Mort – Jewel Tones are a color palette more than a theme, I’d say. Which is totally fine. And really sounds like it was gorgeous! I’m talking about a THEME… my nursery was Holly Hobby as a baby… I’ve obviously been scarred by it.

      • JessSaysNo says:

        When I think of wedding themes, I immediately go to the “country shabby chic” wedding which I dislike as well. I find those weddings to be suuuper cloying and all the same (and all over Pinterest!) It’s a similar theme as your mom’s home and I completely agree with those being way over the top! Your wedding sounds lovely! We didn’t do a theme but we did have two special colors (mint and violet) that showed up in various places of the wedding like the bags of Jordan almonds and the cake and chair covers. My bouquet was supposed to be in green and purple but the flower shop messed it up and made it purple and BLUE. Which really annoyed me but… whatever! I also strongly dislike those wedding save the dates where the couple is gazing at one another and holding signs like this:

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @jess, yes! That duggar photo is gag inducing and your wedding colors sound lovely.

        @gigi, I suppose you are correct! Jewel tones are a color palate rather than a theme. My mom is just grateful I didn’t marry another weirdo, or we would have had a dia de muertos theme, complete with bridesmaids in Skelton face paint 😜

    • mkyarwood says:

      What’s the point! Babies don’t give any f**** about their surroundings in that way. I’m due any day now and we haven’t bothered to switch the guest room to ‘her’ room at all. We use a co sleeper as a crib, though she does have a few of her ‘own’ things such as a mobile from a friend who went to India recently. Our first child just helped figure out how she wants her room this summer and she’s turning 5. My sister did a vague Nautical ‘theme’ for her babies, but other than pick a new paint colour and get a name bunting for the second boy, it’s not exactly Home and Garden material.

    • Veronica Lodge says:

      Mom getting itchy on the subject of “theme”. If it’s not for you, it’s, not for you. I’m usually quiet when judgements like this get thrown around. If the woman chooses to have a theme, good for her, she’s involved and not vaguely waving at a baby interior designer. I had a purple painted butterfly themed room for my daughter, who passed away. Now I have purple butterfly tattoos, b/c the theme links me to her. Rant done.

      • JessSaysNo says:

        I’m sorry for your loss. I agree that being involved in the babies sleep-space is really the number 1 priority here, regardless of what you chose to put in their room. Having a theme is just part of the ways we welcome our kids and honor their arrival. I’m sure the purple butterfly (or pink or yellow or any color) is just lovely and a great reminder of your daughter always :)

  2. Audrey says:

    She looks awesome.

    I’m so jealous lol

  3. ataylor says:

    “Mila has been trying not to get pap’d so much now that she’s in the last few months of her pregnancy.”

    Um what? They have been papped continuously since May. With clean & clear shots of her growing belly. Literally, there should be a collage at this point. lol.

    The past three weeks alone she/they have been papped eating lunch at various restaurants in Studio City — at least three to four times a week — and in the most random places that paps wouldn’t necessarily show up to. That one day that Ashton was blocking her was when they were shopping for “art” in West Hollywood (as per the random E! alert I got on my phone).

    This is the most visible celebrity pregnancy of the summer. No joke.

  4. Scarlet Vixen says:

    You can have a subtle theme without it being kitschy or expensive. One of my daughters has a garden ‘theme’ (flowers & butterflies) which was her choice. It just means her bedding, window treatments & wall decor are coordinated. My baby’s room is sort of a jungle theme–her crib bedding, wall decor & valances were bought as a set, and she has a few stuffed animals, a monkey picture frame, and a friend painted her dresser to match. We definitely didn’t go over the top with giant murals painted on the wall and life-size statues of zebras or anything tho.

  5. FLORC says:

    If you’ve got the money themes are for the parents to indulge.

    Why are Mila and Ashton not threatening law suits to everone who published this inside knowledge? Because it’s a violation of their privacy and all that. Or is this one of those pick and choose moments that it’s ok because it went though the right outlets.

  6. Skyblue says:

    Remember when everyone had goose-themed kitchens?

  7. HappyMom says:

    I don’t think she looks cute-it looks like she’s trying to squeeze herself into non-maternity clothes.

  8. Josefa says:

    The idea of a jungle themed nursery sounds awesome. I would have loved to have a jungle themed room as a kid.

  9. captain says:

    Jealous. Totally. In this hot weather, her legs are not swollen one bit! Loads of luck to her, though the belly doesn’t seem down just yet.. Ashton looks so protective of her. It’s just the loveliest thing ever. On the other hand, hope he won’t try to give her directives on birthing and breastfeeding out of sheer protectiveness. Don’t know either of them, but he just looks like he might and she looks like he might regret it!

  10. 5thHouse says:

    Does anyone know what brand of shoes she’s wearing? I like them.